LEP

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Thirty years of LEP’s Z0 line shape

Thirty years ago this week, the four experiments at CERN’s LEP collider published the first of their famous results: the Z0 line shape, which told us that there are three, and only three, families of fundamental particles in nature

Opinion
Physics
15 October, 2019
Physics
Opinion
15 October, 2019

Celebrating LEP’s physics legacy

Thirty years ago, after just three weeks of operation, the experiments of the Large Electron-Positron collider announced their first spectacular result

News
Physics
11 October, 2019
Physics
News
11 October, 2019

Celebrating 30 years of a giant LEP for humankind

The Large Electron–Positron collider was switched on in 1989

News
Accelerators
13 August, 2019
Accelerators
News
13 August, 2019

Discussing future colliders at FCC Week 2018

Some 500 scientists from 147 institutes met in Amsterdam for the 2018 Future Circular Collider (FCC) week from 9 to 13 April

News
Accelerators
02 May, 2018
Accelerators
News
02 May, 2018

Happy birthday, Jack Steinberger

Jack Steinberger, Nobel Prize in Physics 1988 and one of the pioneers of neutrino research, celebrates his 95th birthday today.

News
Accelerators
25 May, 2016
Accelerators
News
25 May, 2016

The 1980s: spurring collaboration

Former CERN Director-General Herwig Schopper recalls a decade of growth at CERN

Opinion
Accelerators
16 April, 2014
Accelerators
Opinion
16 April, 2014

Collaboration at CERN: Greater than the sum of its parts

The president of Council offers a personal insight into the continuing attraction of collaboration with CERN

Opinion
Accelerators
06 March, 2014
Accelerators
Opinion
06 March, 2014

SESAME breathes new life into LEP cavities

Radiofrequency cavities built for the Large Electron Positron Collider are finding use on the SESAME project

News
Accelerators
05 February, 2014
Accelerators
News
05 February, 2014

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